‘Art and Other Tactics’ explores veterans’ trauma

In San Francisco’s Museum of Craft and Design, rows of dangling silver dog tags hang from a wooden slab like bead drops on a chandelier. On the dog tags read chilling phrases such as, “Please don’t tell me this was for nothing.” The piece is Teri McCans’ aptly named “Faith
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‘Good Design: Stories from Herman Miller’ evokes modernity at the Museum of Craft and Design

New exhibition examines the company's history and inventive marketing campaigns

“Good Design: Stories from Herman Miller” at the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design manages to make one of the most fundamental aspects in our domestic lives — furniture — an expression of modern company culture and consumerism. “Good Design” emphasizes the story behind the design of the furniture
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SF Craft museum switches gears

Craft and Design museum moves location, expands creative content

The Museum of Craft and Design has finally found a home in San Francisco after the unexpected loss of its location on Sutter Street in 2004. After years of pop-up museums around the city, the museum’s new permanent location opened in the Dogpatch neighborhood this past weekend with a celebration
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Museum of Craft and Design reopening in San Francisco

The Museum of Craft and Design reopened on Saturday at a new location in the Dogpatch District of San Francisco. The opening included various exhibitions, including Michael Cooper: A Sculptural Odyssey, 1968-2011, Arline Fisch: Creatures From the Deep and Rebecca Hutchinson: Affinity.